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Breakthrough as BSE risk is ‘negligible’

THE World Organisation for Animal Health has recognised the risk of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in Scotland is ‘negligible’.

Last Thursday’s announcement, made following a meeting in Paris, was welcomed by the British Veterinary Association’s Scottish branch.

Melissa Donald, president, said: ‘Scotland’s achievement of the lowest risk level status for BSE is testament to the years of hard work and joined-up efforts of government, farmers, industry and vets, who are pivotal to the success of any disease control programme.

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